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Grab a burst of flame out of mid-air and transform it into any object. It's all the fun of flash paper without the paper.
"Flame Take" allows you to hold fire at your fingertips as you magically make items appear out of thin air. The included tutorial offers a variety of handlings to modify the gimmick for every scenario from walkaround close up magic and street magic to stage and parlor magic. There's even a dedicated section to social media magic
Comes with special "Flame Take" gimmicks. Lighter and lighter fluid not provided.
IMPORTANT:You must be 18 or older to purchase "Flame Take". As with all fire magic products, please exercise caution when using it.
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Ava Angela asks: How long will it take for flame take to get delivered to Florida (because it is by pre-order.) Thank you!
- 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Jun 10th is the release date, and standard shipping takes an estimated 5-7 days to arrive in Florida
Customer reviews for Flame Take
I love this thing it’s wonderful easy to use, what’s great is it’s easy to set up and it’s great for close-up and parlor. All props are made well, it should last quite a while, it adds just enough effect to other effects such as producing coins or Silks or cards to give you that flair for production or vanishing that you need.
Flame Take is exactly what I was hoping it wasn’t but It fortunately was.. nothing groundbreaking and high cost for rudimentary props. You will never perform this in strolling environments. The “setup” isn’t practical. Virtual shows and flashy YouTube promos is where this would benefit but even then I’m not sure it’s worth it.
It’s a really pretty effect, suitable only for you tube. You’re dirty as hell, and angles matter, so it can’t be performed in close at all, and it’s not suitable for stage.
If you do virtual shows, it might work for you, but that’s about it.